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September 06, 1954
Yachtsmen of the Off Soundings Club are as serious a crew of sailors as ply the waters of the Eastern seaboard. The June regatta on Long Island Sound attracted the tiny 19-foot transatlantic veteran Sopranino, the...
June 20, 1955
Each year the third week in June produces both America's oldest rowing classic and the battle for national crew honors
June 27, 1955
London Tennis Championships at Queen's Club, traditional prelude to Wimbledon, were won by Australia's little left-hander, Ken Rosewall, and that hardy U.S. perennial, Louise Brough of Beverly Hills, Calif.
July 02, 1956 | Reginald Wells
For some among the younger set of the nation's 50 million outdoor enthusiasts, these days are very special, for summer means a trip to camp for them. It is the time of shining faces and hopeful hearts, of gap-toothed...
July 01, 1957
Pete Rademacher, shown here with knowing wink, may well be first amateur to fight for world heavyweight title if planned bout with Floyd Patterson in Seattle week of Aug. 19 comes off. No powder-puff puncher, Olympic...